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    Los Angeles County
    Department of Public Health,
    Office of Health Assessment &
    Epidemiology,
    Health Assessment Unit,
    313 N. Figueroa Street, Room 127
    Los Angeles, CA 90012

    Phone:(213) 240-7785
    Fax:(213) 250-2594
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Trend Data Tables (Last updated on December 28, 2018)

Trend Data (Adult 1997 to 2015, Child 1999 to 2015)

Individual Year Data (2015 Data, 2011 Data, 2007 Data, 2005 Data, 2002 Data, 1999 Data)  

NOTE: 2002 data are based on revised weights.

1. Adult Survey Trend Data:

1.1. Demographics

1.2. Health Behaviors

1.3. Social Determinants of Health

1.4. Health Status & Chronic Conditions

1.5. Access to Care, Insurance, Regular Source of Care

1.6. Preventive Services

  • DEMOGRAPHICS

         Disability
        
Caregiver

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  • HEALTH BEHAVIORS

         Fruits/Vegetables Eaten
         Soda/Sweetened Beverages
         Aerobic Physical Activity (meets guidelines)
         Cigarette Smoking
         Alcohol Consumption
         Heavy Drinking
         Binge Drinking
         Marijuana Use

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  • SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH

         Housing Instability (past 5 years)
         Low or Very Low Food Security (<300% FPL)
         Overall Food Insecurity (<300% FPL)

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  • HEALTH STATUS AND CHRONIC CONDITIONS 
  • Health Status

         Activity Limitation Days - Average Number of Days
         Self-Perceived Health Status
         Unhealthy Days - Average number of days

  • Chronic Conditions

        Overweight/Obesity 
        Asthma (current prevalence)
        Heart Disease Diagnosed 
        High Cholesterol Diagnosed
        Hypertension Diagnosed 
        Diabetes Diagnosed
        Arthritis Diagnosed
        Depression Diagnosed (Ever)
        Current Depression
        At Risk for Major Depression

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  • ACCESS TO CARE, INSURANCE, REGULAR SOURCE OF CARE 
  • Access to Care

        Difficulty Accessing Care
        Could Not Afford to See MD
        Could Not Afford Prescription Medication
        Could Not Afford Mental Health Care
        Could Not Afford to See DDS
        Transportation as Barrier to Accessing Care
        Language Barrier Talking to MD (of Non-English interviews)

  • Insurance

       Type of Insurance for 18-64 years old (public, private, uninsured)
       Insurance for 65+ years old
       Uninsured for 18+ years old
       Time Without Insurance in Past Year

  • Regular Source of Care

       Regular Source of Care - YES
       Regular Source of Care - NO

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  • PREVENTIVE SERVICES  

        Flu Shot in past year (18+ years old)
        Flu Shot in past year (50+ years old)
        Flu Shot in past year (65+ years old)
        Pneumonia Vaccination - ever (65+ years old)
        HPV Vaccine Uptake (Women 18-26 years old)
        Mammogram - in past 2 years (Women 40+ years old)
        Mammogram - in past 2 years (Women 50+ years old)
        Mammogram - in past 2 years (Women 50-74 years old)
        Pap Smear - within past 3 years (Women 18+ years old)
        Pap Smear - within past 3 years (Women 21-65 years old)
        Blood stool Test within the past 2 years (50+ years old)
        Colorectal Screening (50+ years old)

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2. Child Survey Trend Data:

2.1. Child Health

2.2. Health Care Access and Preventive Care

2.3. Child Routines

2.4. Parental to Postpartum

2.5. Childcare

2.6. Parental Perception/Risks

 To Adult Trend Data  

  • CHILD HEALTH

        Asthma (0-17 years old)
        Attention Deficit Disorder (0-17 years old)
        Attention Deficit Disorder (3-17 years old)
        Autism (2-17 years old)
        Children with Special Healthcare Needs (0-17 years old)
        Health Status (0-17 years old)

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  • HEALTH CARE ACCESS AND PREVENTIVE CARE 
  • Access to Care

        Could Not Afford a Check-up (0-17 years old)
        Could Not Afford Dental Care (3-17 years old)
        Could Not Afford Dental Care (2-17 years old)
        Could Not Afford to See a Doctor for Illness (0-17 years old)
        Could Not Afford Mental Health Care (3-17 years old)
        Could Not Afford Prescription Medication (0-17 years old)
        Had Dental Visit in the Past Year(2-17 years old)
        Difficulty Accessing Care (0-17 years old)
        Transportation Barrier to Accessing Health Care (0-17 years old)
        Language Barrier in Accessing Care (of Non-English interviews) (0-17 years old)

  • Insurance

        Type of Insurance (0-17 years old) 

  • Regular Source of Care

        Regular Source of Care - Yes ( 0-17 years old) 
        Regular Source of Care - No (0-17 years old)

  • Preventive Care

       HPV Vaccine Uptake (9-17 years old Girls)

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  • CHILD ROUTINES  

        Ate Breakfast Daily (2-17 years old)
        Ate Fast Food at Least Once a Week (0-5 years old) 
        Soda Consumption Daily (0-17 years old)
        Read to Child Daily (0-5 years old)
        Tell Stories to Child Daily (0-5 years old)
        TV Watching & Video Game Playing - 3 + Hours (6 months - 17 years old)
        Appropriate TV Watching & Video Game Playing (6 months - 17 years old)

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  • PARENTAL TO POSTPARTUM  

       Ever Breastfed Child (0-5 years old)
       Breastfed Child at Least 6 Months (0-5 years old) 
       Breastfed Child at Least 12 Months (0-5 years old)
       Participated in WIC during Pregnancy (0-5 years old)
       Child Participated in WIC (0-5 years old)
       Home Health Visit (0-5 years old)

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  • CHILD CARE

        Difficulty Obtaining Child Care

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  • PARENTAL PERCEPTION/RISKS  

        Community's Public Safety-Excellent/Good (0-17 years old)
        Community's Access to Fresh Produce-Excellent/Good (0-17 years old)  
        Advice for Raising Child (0-5 years old) 
        Safe Park (1-17 years old)

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